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i give you author, key median, brooklyn's own joy behar. >> hello, john. >> john: hello, joy. >> you forgot that i wash and feed the poor. i've healed many lepers. >> john: the media is upset over your final upset of "say anything with joy behar." >> you have another show apparent. >> i i do. can i say that it's my ending here? >> john: that's all i've read about. you've had a final appearance for another little program that you do called "the view" yesterday. >> yesterday we put something on tape, and it was a really nice goodbye show. we had a lot of guests. everybody knows if they've been reading anything, they know who they are. so i'm not telling tales. but there is six parts of it. they do the goodbye show on thursdayer tuesday, and i have tuesday, and i have to continue
working there until thursday. that's what i call poor planning. why can't we do the last show on the last day--bookings. >> john: oh, i see. >> you're low on the pole. >> just one person couldn't make it the last day. >> john: and you can't say who that is. >> i won't say who it is. >> that's going to air next month. >> it's airing next week. next friday. >> august 9th it will be on. >> john: i got to say i remember when "the view" first premiered, and people in my age you had guys like mike douglas who would have very political subject matter. and then after donahue daytime tv was a wasteland of celebrity gossip and not much else. i had never seen a show that assumed that women and the daytime viewing audience cared about politics and event. >> i don't think we did too much
politics in the very beginning, but we had a very smart show. we were like the mensa show of daytime tv. we had barbara walters, meredith vera, and star jones. >> she was a lawyer. >> and me, i have a master's degree, i'm not an idiot. >> and debby. >> whoever, she's a nice girl. she was like 20 years old. so you don't expect her to have had a lot of education. i was up against heavy hitters education wise. she did okay for a while, then it didn't work out for her. but then there were others who came by. the original concept of the show was different than the way it evolved. it's a little different now. >> john: it really grew, and it was given a chance to grow and evolve. did you ever think it would last this long? >> i'm glad it did. because for 16 years i had a job in new york city. that was my main goal in life. i wanted to work in new york city. i didn't care if it was a big
job or little job, i just wanted to work in new york city. i didn't care if it payed well. >> john: i wanted to come to new york city. >> thanks a lot, al gore. >> john: 16 years, i remember when they brought back to catch a rising star. i was there when you signed the deal. you were so kind to me. you knew who i was. >> i'm so lovely. >> john: you were and you are, but i don't think anybody expected the show to really evolve that much, and i really got to hand it to you. you talk about comedians who take a risk and give their views on things. you were someone as far as i can remember never plays it safe when it came to politics, social issues, women love sex, relationships, has that ever been a concern for you on a commercial level by speaking your mind you could be alienat alienating audience. >> that is a very valid point. the minute you give your opinion on television you lose half the audience.
the research showed, and thanks goodness i was funny somewhat, that they tolerated me, i think because people in the south are not all that thrilled of my politics. she's so dang new york, but she's funny. they went with it because i was funny for a while. then i became more political during the election, and that was a problem for people, i'm sure. but i don't really care. >> john: i don't see why you would. billy wilder said if you're going to tell people the truth, make it funny or they'll kill you, and i have conservative folks in my family who love. >> you i've never been told to be quiet. it's scary. i could say anything i wanted to, they would never say be quiet you're annoying people. they ignored me, but so i figured i could say anything i want. >> john: you were a teacher. >> i got fired from that job.
i had a job up in rhode island that i got fired because i was telling the kids that they didn't need to go to the vietnam war, it wasn't for them. >> john: if you knew whattous path was going to be, you had the stage time in front of a class, and you knew you were a good public speaker. >> i used to win speech contests all the time. they always picked me to be in front of the class, so it was a natural class. i have stage fright, and i have fear of public speaking to some extent because i'm alone up there. >> john: every good artist has stage fright. olivia had it foreyears. >> you go up there, and you're r naked and everybody else is dressed. the one thing i liked about the "the view" that i had my sisters
with me and they could help me carry the ball. then that began to annoy me. i got my own show and then i jumped the sister-knit. i thought, i have my own show, i don't have to sit with other women and not get a word in. >> john: didn't you enjoy being part of the ensemble and then going over to your own show. >> for a while did i. then it got to be too much work. even the show on current and then having "the view," it was a lot. i have a lot of topics in my head all the time. >> rosy and elizabeth, the people who came on, it seemed like your guest bookings became more political, and it's the daytime program that the president would show. >> the president showed, we had john mccain. a lot of people wouldn't come on because of me. sarah palin wouldn't come o on
because of me. >> john: sarah palin wouldn't come on because of you. >> that's what they told you. >> john: who impressed you the most. >> not her. >> john: who came on.nt obama .o >> president obama, i really liked. the first time i met the two of them, i thought, they're sane. they're not crazy. you appreciate that for people in the white house. michelle obama would come on and she was like a real person, never said, don't ask me this or don't ask me that. there was never anything like that. >> john: do you find the more famous and powerful they are, the more real they're able oh to be. the first time i met george harris and paul mccartney, i was shocked at how normal they are. anyone let you down. >> some of them are just actors who are used to a script.
when you're asking them regular questions they don't know really what to do. they get nervous and they're like deer in the headlights. i like to interview people about things other than their last project. that's why i enjoyed my job on current. i could do that here and i'm really going to miss this show. >> john: i watch this show every day in my office. this is what i love about your show. i know you hate the compliments, but you and bill maher have influenced me a lot as a broadcaster. you're one of the only two people who can go from funny to serious on a dime and pull it off. >> everything is funny, isn't it, except death and dying, we don't make jokes about rape, etc. but there are mostly politics are funny. i have this religious panel that comes on all the time, the holy rollers, we talk about religion, but it can be done. >> john: i like to make religion
humor, but someone like jon stewart can't go serious, and someone serious can't go funny. do you think the role for comedy in politics is to entertain or is it to reach for something higher? >> say that again? >> john: do you think the role of political comedy is to entertain or reach for something higher. >> as a stand-up comedian, my stirs obligation i--ify first obligation is to make people laugh. early on, a catch a rising star people would kill, guitar acts and other things. but after they were done nobody would remember what they said. there was no take away value from some of those acts, and we never heard from them. so i think it's important to say something that people will remember and then laugh. >> john: joy behar, you have a
humanity that you bring to it. >> lord knows i try. >> john: you've led edgy and human beautifully. >> like you blend, i love that phrase. >> john: i want to ask you about anthony weiner. are you sick of the story? >> no, sick of it? it's like manna from heaven. >> cenk: and it's beating up on a democrat, it's so refreshing. >> democrats are not innocent. >> john: oh, hardly, hardly but when you look at what is going on right now with the culture, we saw earlier yesterday weiner spokesperson calling that interna bag, is that an accessory that they have? >> yes, michael core's bag. she was not a. she was an intern. not that the two of them are mutually exclusive, but in this case this girl was just an intern. >> john: but you're working for anthony weiner and you're calling a staffer a.
look at what men do, in virginia, trying to ban oral and anal sex. >> all i hope is that i hope michael douglas never goes to virginia. >> john: virginia is not for lovers. this mayor chasing women around the desk like's roger from "mad men." >> like i said before, it's never like bradley cooper or george clooney. it's always guys like this guy. >> john: filner. >> it's only those types that sexually harassed. i was harassed by some little short guy. >> john: i bet you were, and it's harder to get away with it now. >> i was teaching a lesson on verb and subject agreements. >> john: well, i can see-- >> does that get you hot. >> john: i'll try to contain myself. >> i was on the board, i was 26. i was teaching verb and subject agreement. you have to say everybody is beautiful.
in his or her way. you have to have the subject match the verb. >> john: indirect object, etc. >> right. i was done with the lesson. he was chairman of the department in the back. i said, so? he said i could [bleep] you on that blackboard. i said well, what about my lesson? my lesson was great. these kids now know that the subject has to match the predicate. >> john: but he could have done you on the blackboard, and did it work? >> yes, it was great. >> john: wow. >> there you have it. >> john: i don't know what to say to that story. >> what can you say? he's still around, i'm sure. he was no beauty. >> john: an unattractive guy was using a crude come on to a wom woman. >> a gorgeous guy said, i could [bleep] you on the blackboard i would say okay. but this ugly thing.
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(vo) followed by humor and politics with a west coast edge. bill press and stephanie miller. >> what a way to start the day. >> john: we are back with one of our favorite people, the lovely and talented ms. joy behar who just wrapped up a 16-year run on "the view," and her humor and insight will be greatly missed in those conversations, and we're fortunate to have you here in your other little home. >> which wraps up tomorrow nig night. >> john: it's a week of finales. >> yes, it is a week of finales. >> john: what are you going to be next. >> people don't understand that there is a life after television. even the shrink that i had on my show tonight, september is going
to come and you're going to be very upset. how do you know? >> john: i'm ready for my vacation myself. >> the most fun i have any way is backstage. >> john: so you grew up in brooklyn. was your family political or funny? >> my grandfather, they said, used to throw things off the roof, why did he did that? he was mad at fdr, so he would throw things off the roof, is that political? >> john: yes, that's an act of-- >> yes, he was political. he was also very smart. he might have been asperger' asperger's-ish. >> john: high functioning auti autism. >> i might have asperger'ses. >> john: and you're not jewish. you just like yiddish.
>> he was italian. he came with his wife from torino, and then he gets a letter from his brother saying he must go to brooklyn because everybody is having so much fun there. he goes to brooklyn and the grandmother doesn't hear himself for months. his grandmother said wrote him a letter, she said, if you don't come back to torino, i'm going to kill myself and the children, talk about drama. he had a job in torino. it's a nice city. >> john: you can buy shrouds in brooklyn. there's a lot going on there. who were your comedic idols? >> my comedic idol was i used to watch the ed sullivan show.
there was jean carol. she would ask about a mink coat, and he would say, for you, the label. she looked normal, no costume or anything. i loved her and then robert cline. i thought, i'm a substitute teacher, i could do material like that. he was smart. >> john: you were divorced, you had a daughter, and you were no longer at your gig teaching every day. how scary was that for. >> you between my life now and my teaching days, i was a receptionist at "good morning america" one of the most hot dog resingsists. they would call me and say things. i would say good morning america. i did like the switch board. good morning america. they would say, was that a nazi that you had on today? i would say, yeah. you know, they would say how could you have a nazi on
television? listen, i don't book the show, first of all, and if they're all in argentina, you have to fly them here. >> john: but they're blond, blue eyed. >> brand completely aggravate me about where is joan london. how the hell do i know? i'm answering phones. do i know where joan london is? >> john: you coul a receptionis. >> i got fired from that job. >> a beinger the chance of getting married is the same chance as being kidnapped by terrorists. to me they're the same thing. >> that wasn't humidity, that was the 80s. >> the hairdos i've been
subjected to, oh my god. >> john: i bet they all looked great. >> where is that from? >> john: one of our staff found it. >> and the shiny jacket. >> john: it was from the 80s. i think one of the best moments are current network. i thought was going to be what the network was going to be like was your special for sandy relief. you had liza minnelli, larry david, me, great talents all coming together. and i thought that was inspiring. i thought this network has great future, blending entertainment and politics together and social activism, and i'm sorry we didn't get more of it. what drove you to want to do a show with al gore's tv. >> it seemed like a good idea to do when i had all these comedian friends who showed up for the event. it was really nice. it was nice. i mean, colin quinn was very
funny. a wonderful group of people, you were on. we're lamenting the fact that current tv is no longer. that is a sad thing because there is no station like current was for us. for one year i was allowed to say whatever i wanted to. that's why we called it "say anything with joy behar." when i took job a year ago, i said, is there anything you don't want me to say? they said, you can say anything. then they said that's the title of the show, say anything. >> john: same here. i said can i talk about the christian right all i want? and i never had a tv gig with this much freedom. >> from the left, also. >> john: and to criticize the democratic party. it's an independent voice, and i'm glad it's not going to last. have you met our al-jazeera friends. >> i had a little talk with
them. they have been, they're very nice. they're very nice, but it's just our cup of tea. for us there are other places. there are our living room. [ laughing ] >> there is something called epic? >> john: it's a premium cable. >> i must look into this. >> john: yes, you must because it's a place that needs more comedy specials. i'm not going to ask you what you're going to do. >> where do you see it? >> john: you get the package. >> it's like hbo? >> john: yes, they're doing more comedy. i'm not going to ask you what you are going to do. i'm going to ask you, though, because i asked you for years, do you want to do more sandup? >> yes, i'm already booked. i have two bookings in the fall and september, and now there will be more because i'm putting it out there. i'm doing leno on september 18th, and mahr on the 20th. but i don't have to go every day. >> john: joy, i got to say it's
been an honor knowing you, and an honor working with you. >> i do, too. i appreciate all the compliments you've been giving me. >> john: thank you. >> you have a certain--what's the word i'm looking for. a jesuit quality about you? is that because your father was a priest. >> john: my stand up act is pretty raw and it's high energy and sort of like joe carlin on tainted meth but for here it's been nice to do something a bit smoother and serene. >> no, you have a very, i can't think of the word, jesuit quality. >> john: thank you, that's like the pope. >> yes, pope francis, i like him. >> john: i do, too. >> was he not a portion argentinian. >> john: he doesn't think that women should be priests. >> they're never going to make
women priests, but they could make women equivalent to priests with a different title. >> john: they could do that and save the church. >> they don't want to. there is another world to conquer. >> john: i have to say, it's been so much fun. we've done some live stuff together. i loved being on your show. i can't wait to see what happened next. >> i can't take the compliments any more. i really can't. >> john: a little overrated. a little bit. stick around, because coming up next a dance party you don't want to be invited to, and i'm going to tell you what i really think of joy behar. >> okay, thanks, john. thank you, sweetie. bye bye. ç]
anybody? anybody? what time is it? oh, right. it's go time! >> john: today on "so that happened." new york burns or maybe it's politicians dancing, or maybe plain 'ol right wing people celebrating how rough north carolina is about to get for everybody else. they did their own dirty dancing on the house floor thursday just one day before ending the regressive legislative lesson that does put baby in a corner, and by stating anybody who cares about women's health by now you've heard north carolina has pretty much banned abortion clinics, i'm sorry, women's health clinics around the state, and women weren't the only ones to get stiffed. lowlifes include cutting teacher
funding, cutting unemployment benefits, medicaid is a franchise north carolina nearly $300,000 voters who do not have state issued i.d.s and cutting back voting at polls because of long lines. but you can still vote by absentee without an i.d. i can go on but it's hard to take in how backwards, regressive and outright friggin' stupid legislators are in north carolina. if you're a woman, teacher, student, or just anti-evil, things are going to get worse for you in your state. north carolina first in flight, last in pretty much everything else. [ ♪ music ]
guys that do reverse mortgage commercials? those types are coming on to me all the time now. (vo) she gets the comedians laughing and the thinkers thinking. >>ok, so there's wiggle room in the ten commandments, that's what you're saying. you would rather deal with ahmadinejad than me. >>absolutely. >> and so would mitt romney. (vo) she's joy behar. >>and the best part is that current will let me say anything. what the hell were they thinking?
>> john: welcome back to "viewpoint." u.s. secretary of state john kerry is pushing hard for mideast peace talks. they all sat down together for about a half hour yesterday along with president obama. now officials say they expect israel to loosen their controls over private sector investment in the west bank. now it's a good idea to devil that area, right? john kerry is getting flack for setting a public goal for a peace deal within nine months. others say president obama needs to be more involved before any peace movement can take place and they can blame obama if it doesn't. what if we solve the entire conflict in the next five minutes with a bunch of comedians.
and "the new york daily news" called hair co harrison greenvie hardest working comedic. let me open for you sometime. we have two jews and a palestinian, let's play ball. john kerry as you guys know is catching heck already for setting lofty goals for mideast peace. but at least he's trying. do you think he can get something done in the same time it takes kim kardashian to develop and produce a kanye baby? >> i think he has no chance, but i love the fact that he chose nine months to scream this is his baby. obama has nothing to do with this. this is kerry's baby, and i think he's having one of those delusional pregnancies where he thinks it's developing and going along the way its supposed to,
and there's nothing there. he's just getting fat. >> john: i take it you're a cynic on this. >> yes. >> great line. history is not made by cynics but realists who are not afraid to dream. i'm one of the realists who are not afraid to dream. i'm actually optimistic, and president obama does deserve it. i was thrown under the bus, nine months, it's not like it's a new thing. >> john: and he heavily re-elected him, and he went to the palestinian statehood befo.
>> john: the camp david peace accord in which anwar sadat was later murdered by one of his ultra conservative countrymen. how much will they face from extremists. >> you asked such a funny question. these talks are going to last until someone walks in with a cheeseburger with bacon. this is what comes with the territory. you sit at the table, see what happens, and at least give it a shot. >> wouldn't you agree, first of all i know they're still 5,000 palestinian prisoners, 104 of them being released in the concession. >> it's not a concession. i have to talk about the funniest thing with the peace
talks. do you know what zippy means in arabic, it means, and they're cursing her. >> john: but she's on comedy central. >> yes, i don't think it's sincere at all. i think it's what john said. you can't say to me we're doing this peace concession and we're letting out 104 people. the people they let out makes the palestinians look bad. but they're not children, they're not-- >> john: let me explain why i think the biggest obstacles. if i take the biggest obstacle is that on both sides you have politicians terrified that making concessions will cost them their jobs i think that's the biggest obstacle they have. they're solved on palestinian issues and they'll be pulled out
of office. >> again, the reason why the israeli government, syrianess and egypt is chaos. now they see it's the time. and this is the time, and the only way, i tell this to my, my jewish friend who get up in arms and call me various names, there has to be a two-state solution. if not a jewish state, it has to be a two-state. >> john: which has been the political policy until the last three u.s. presidents. you're going there to do some shows, what is it really like for those of us who don't know on the ground in palestine? >> i mean, you have a variety of things. when i go and do shows in
palestine it's the only country where i'm not censored. it's the only place i can say whatever i want. you don't have that luxury in other arab countries. that's fun and exciting to me. now once i leave the club i go on the street, there is no job, no hope, no freedom of movement. the education system is shot. they have nothing left to give. when i hear these statements about what about the palestinians, there is nothing left to give. the land is gone. they have done every secure measure you possibly can. >> john: have they allowed settlements to remain? >> when you release 104 prisoners but continue to build settlements on land that you claim to have given, how do you take seriously. >> john: i'm sorry the comedians couldn't solve it in five minutes. >> but we all make felafel,
though. >> john: my panel stays with me. when we come back we'll ask the eternal question is it possible to have a fight where no one wins? chris christie and rand paul, they're trying and we win watching. stick around. converstion started weekdays at 9am eastern. >> i'm a slutty bob hope. >> you are. >> the troops love me. (vo) tv and radio talk show host stephanie miller rounds out current's morning news block. >> you're welcome current tv audience for the visual candy. just be grateful current tv does not come in smellivision. the sweatshirt is nice and all, but i could use a golden lasso. (vo) only on current tv.
this show is about analyzing, criticizing, and holding policy to the fire. are you encouraged by what you heard the president say the other night? is this personal, or is it political? a lot of my work happens by doing the things that i'm given to doing anyway, by staying in touch with everything that is my own nuance on it.
in reality it's not like they actually care. this is purely about political grandstanding. i've worn lots of hats, but i've always kept this going. i've been doing politics now for a dozen years. (vo) he's been called the epic politics man. he's michael shure and his arena is the war room. >> these republicans in congress that think the world ends at the atlantic ocean border and pacific ocean border. the bloggers and the people that are sort of compiling the best of the day. i do a lot of looking at those people as well. not only does senator rubio just care about rich people, but somehow he thinks raising the minimum wage is a bad idea for the middle class. but we do care about them right? >> john: welcome back. so the conservatives grand 'ol party so grand these days. the new golden boy rand paul in a war of words and future
hillary clinton victim chris christie, the governor is talking about wiretapping when he slammed rand paul and what he called the strain of libertarianism in both parties was a dangerous thought. the senator of kentucky defended his position. and rand paul said chris christie was among the politician who is said give me all my sandy money now but are unwilling to cut spending which prompted this exchange. >> we get $0.61 back on every dollar we send to washington, and interestingly kentucky gets $1.51 on every dollar they send to war. if senator paul wants to look at where he wants to cut spending, maybe he needs to cut the pork barrel spending he takes to kentucky. >> this is the king of bacon talking about bacon, give me all this federal money, but where is it going come from anywhere, i'm willing to cut.
>> john: let's welcome back our lovely panel. my friends, i'll start with you, harrison, there is so much between these two guys, when are they going to start dating? >> they should just makeout, and i loved how he called him the king of bacon. anyone who has seen chris christie knows he's the king of bacon, cheeseburgers. >> it's like going to a game and rooting for both teams to lose. but two and a half years, they're going to be wrestling. >> what scott just said, they're dogsing for 2016, and christie just kicked rand's lights out of the ballpark. the bacon thing, disappointing old joke. it's not funny any more. >> john: now rand paul's argument is that he voted for
his own version of sandy relief which would have given $9 billion for several years. he voted against the final sandy bell because unrelated pork barrel projects were tacked on like fisheries in alaska. does he have a point or does he not know this is how things are always done. >> aid cannot be spread out several years. it's an emergency. that alone is ridiculous. and there was very little pork. a lot of it was cut out. >> john: the fisheries in alaska. most people would agree that's inappropriate. >> we have to check. that may have been cut out. some things may not be directly related but maybe they prevent disasters in the future. >> political reality. if you want to get it passed people will tack things on and when you live in kentucky it's easy not to worry about disaster relief. what are you worried about, a plague? they're situated nice and safe in the middle of the country. >> john: i tell you, i can't
wait to see horrible history hit like a tornado and rand paul asking. bob mcdonnell is fighting off charge and he has taken back $124,000 in loans as interest from a wealthy donor johnny williams. and virginia governor has taken back money for catering for his daughter's wedding, a shopping spree for his wife, and a rolex watch. that cost an awkward exchange with an exchange with debra feinstein. >> you're going to return the tangible gifts that were given to you, does that include that rolex watch. >> everything that i have ever received from this particular donor because of the concerns that have been raised by members of the public, and to do
everything i can to restore trust with the people of virginia. my daughter, jeanine, on her own, returned her wedding gift. >> just to be clear, the rolex is going back? >> all those gifts i have, including that, yes. >> okay. >> john: through his teeth. okay, so the watch is going back. it's not a story. >> well, yeah, it's funny because it's not surprising that he won't disclose his gifts. this is someone who when he declared history month forgot to include slavery. and here is a guy who not only forgot to mention slavery, introduced the women had to have transvaginal ultrasound if they want to have an abortion. yet what finally brings hum down is this, like al capone being indicted for tax invasion. >> john: i don't know if this will bring him down, he's running against a weak democrat. >> but he's the worst dad ever.
his daughter had to return the wedding gifts. >> john: what were you going to say? >> the watch, it was inscribed, the 71st governor of virginia. it will be hard. i don't know who will want to buy that watch. >> john: take it to the pawnshop. the governor said he didn't know about many of the gifts. he didn't favor the donor's company. he never asked for the gifts. they just came. that's nice. it's nice to be a rich white republican. >> it's interesting, this little slip--they have much more boring scandals than we do in new york. we have scandals. but here is the flip side, the woman standing by her woman, it's the man standing by his woman. it's his wife who is sort of done worse than the governor did. >> john: indeed, she has. she has had to give back a lot of stuff and she enjoyed her shopping spree. i can't let this go without mentioning, the cumulus radio, the second largest radio in the country, they announced plans
not to renew contracts are russia russia and sean hannity. some think it may be part of a bigger renegotiation plan? does this prove that boycott work. >> they just tore off my two main men. i'm going to show them. no, i think boycotts do work. if you lose a dime you change your mind. i don't think it was as much people boycotting than the fact that they had gotten old and it was the same old rants, and their fan base is dropping. even when they try to be edgy like using the "n"-word the other week, it's not working any more. they're not drawing any more fans. >> the reasons why it's cumulus. it's when hot air rises. >> john: i got to go out on that. maysoon comedian and writer soon to tour the middle east, and scott, and harrison, it's great
to have my friends come back. had a does love got to do with it? i'm talking about monogamy. it ain't natural. young turks! i think the number 1 thing than viewers like about the young turks is that were honest. they know that i'm not bsing them for some hidden agenda, actually supporting one party or the other. when the democrats are wrong, they know i'm going to be the first one to call them out. cenk on air>> what's unacceptable is how washington continues to screw the middle class over. cenk off air i don't want the middle class taking the brunt of the spending cuts and all the different programs that wind up hurting the middle class. cenk on air you got to go to the local level, the state level and we have to fight hard to make sure they can't buy our politics anymore. cenk off air and they can question if i'm right about that. but i think the audience gets that, i actually mean it. cenk on air 3 trillion dollars in spending cuts! narrator uniquely progressive and always topical, the worlds largest online news show is on current tv. cenk off air and i think the audience
>> did anyone tell the pilgrims they should self-deport? >> no, they said "make us a turkey and make it fast". >> (laughter). >> she gets the comedians laughing. >> that's the best! >> that's hilarious. >> ... and the thinkers thinking. >> okay, so there is wiggle room in the ten commandments is what you're telling me. >> she's joy behar. >> ya, i consider you jew-talian. >> okay, whatever you want. >> who plays kafka? >> who saw kafka? >> who ever saw kafka? >> (laughter). >> asking the tough questions. >> chris brown, i mean you wouldn't let one of your daughters go out with him. >> absolutely not. >> you would rather deal with ahmadinejad then me? >> absolutely! >> (singing) >> i take lipitor, thats it. >> are you improving your lips? >> (laughter). >> when she's talking, you never know where the conversation is going to go. >> it looks like anthony wiener is throwing his hat in the ring. >> his what in the ring? >> his hat. >> always outspoken, joy behar.
>> and the best part is that current will let me say anything. what the hell were they thinking? >> only on current tv. >> john: today's national award orgasm true. it's true. i thought that came in the fall but it came early this year. i swear that never happens. but the cops in baton rouge, louisiana, who decided to flirt with gay guys, and then bring gay guys home and then arrest them for for bids unnatural behave. being gay or gay marriage is unnatural. the chairman of the georgia g.o.p. made the claim as have
kirk cameron said being gay is unnatural as opposed to 80s perms. for something so unnatural it occurred an awful lot in nature. they documented gay love in 15 down species. gay hate, one. just like kirk cameron screaming at two gay dolphins, you're not behaving natural. let's stop talking about straight marriage is natural. i'm not against marriage, i think it's the most beautiful gift you can give to your parents' friends. mating with one partner for life. i'm not against monogamy. most species mate for a season or two and then move on, charlie
sheen. but future species mate for life. sarah palin should know, the wonderfuls she likes to kill kill--the wolves she likes to kill, they're monogopomous,. i think it can be the most beautiful thing beyond romance, and who knows mating for life we're bringing our own evolution, in a thousand generations its positive, beautiful just not necessarily natural. two cities came out on monogomy came out and why humans started to practice it. one university in london looked at primates, and monogomous parents evolved for fathers to
protect their young. but another study concluded harrhairy beasts became monogoms and so males had to fend off competition. it's not about love, a guy settling down so he can get some on a regular basis. so monogamy came before romance instead now it comes after romance. humans are not monogomous by nature. terminally monogamous there would be no point of having a huge party when had a couple makes a commitment. and these studies prove that mating for life by choice began due to nature which makes it as natural as poligimoy which is what we're built for even if we do it only by text message.
a thank you to my panel. i'm john fugelsang. we've got nine shows left, thanks for being part of it. good night, mom. >> joy: tonight, pat robertson comes out in support of transsexuals. is there something you are trying to humor us. we'll have frank rich, all of that and more on the next to the last episode of "say anything." ♪ >> joy: well, pope francis made some shocking comments this w